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overall no skill though low wage jobs and with bill clinton to do real things. john: i think the public is against zero young voters are liberal and open what you want government to do? create jobs somehow the free market does that. >> a free lunch excel -- sounds good as 60% of job creators of the federal government is hawse style. how can they do that and create jobs? they can't. it is a paradox. john: this was done by the job creators alliance who wants to speak out. your ceos in general have not wanted to participate. >> but the small business people are speaking out saying the federal government is hostile and inhibits job creation and dampens freedom with 79 pages of regulation. >> they are intimidated by political correctness. >> or they may be targeted by the irs if they speak out >> looked at standard and poor's. they did for a job but so did the competitors they lower the rate of the government and the government targets them. john: next to michele obama there was a big difference praising business but now has a captive customer base. you have to please your customers every se
doing the shows. secretary clinton was asked to do it. having been through quite a pretty intense week with the loss of our colleagues in benghazi, the violence against our embassies all over the arab and muslim world and that friday having to join president obama in grieving the families of fallen colleagues and bringing their bodies back. i was asked as i've been in the past and i said i would. >> jon: they hand you a -- they give you a sheet and say this is what happened? >> what happened in this particular instance is -- in all instances when you prepare you go through the background materials ant prep tory process. >> jon: so you prepare for the sunday shows? >> yes. >> jon: i've seen the sunday shows. [laughter] so what was the -- on that day, the basic point was as far as we know this is related to demonstration based on ape -- on a movie. we think there might be extremists involved. we don't know the whole thing yet. >> i shared the basic information our intelligence community had. they were wrong in one respect we learned subsequently. we learned there wasn't a protest. >> jon
we got with clinton. >> that's what we got with clinton. he took spending from 21% to 18%. we had an economic boom. milton friedman was right. that's why the gop should get wise and label this an economic growth measure. dan mitchell, thank you very, very, very, very much. now, folks, another question. does welfare really help the poor? we're going whole hog tonight. we got a blockbuster new report that shows welfare actually hurts the poor. that's next up. and later, did you see this? it's a massive meteor strike in russia, leaving hundreds injured. scientists say the impact was similar to a nuclear blast. we're going to have the latest on that. please don't forget, free market capitalism, not welfarism, is the best path to prosperity. it is ladies' night on "the kudlow report." and i know in their hearts they are all free market capitalists. i'm kudlow. we'll be back. ♪ oh, yes it's ladies' night ♪ oh, what a night ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the purs
. >> that doesn't mean it's date did well. >> gerald ford, george h.w. bush, and little billy clinton. >> i don't think mark liked the speech. to bek, let's try slightly dispassionate about it. [laughter] you have a whole host of problems in society. the liberal answer is to find a government program that will fix it -- state of the union address. the conservative approach is in what way is the government's regulation, taxation, corruption, an hindrances of all kinds holding back this incredible engine of the private sector, which historically has provided unprecedented prosperity and liberty in america? that is the difference between the parties? rubio, if you look at the transcript -- i will not speak about his delivery. it was hot in there and he obviously was thirsty. [laughter] this transcript is an excellent presentation of the conservative argument that what is ailing america is sclerotic, obsolete, reactionary liberalism hanging onto every regulation, every increase in taxation it can get. i thought he did it well. the problem is he should have done it in a studio somewhere well prepare
that sets priorities and invests in broad-based growth. john: , so, karen, if bill clinton kind the famous phrase that the era of big government over, did president obama launch the era of smart government? >> that's going to depend on what side of the aisle you were sitting on when you listened to the speech. but one thing about the speech, there was just a lot in it. he touched every single domestic policy initiative he has ever put together before, even the things that sounded sort of new -- minimum wage, raising it to $9 an hour. in his first campaign, he campaigned on raising it to $9.50 an hour by 2011 but what really came through to me in that speech was his declaration that essentially after two years of doing nothing but fighting with republicans over deficit reduction, he was no longer going to have deficit reduction define policy setting in washington. he said a balanced budget is an important thing but it is not the same as an economic plan. and i think he did that, in part, because the deficit has begun to come down but also because he realizes that has constrained him in doin
the sudden they change the topic to something wildly off topic. talking about fiscal clinton subtly you get electron why you hate gay people and not only do you hate gay people but here is a letter signed an stamp from ronald reagan showing that you hate gay people and you have never seen it before and don't know what they're talking about. this is completely random information. what are you saying? the answer to that is not pretend -- the initial reaction is i know what you are talking about. the human response, to the ego, i know what you are talking about, why do we deal with this? i don't know what you're talking about and if you want to talk about it, let me do the research first and we can have an educated debate from the issue. i don't discuss things i don't know about. it take off of the table immediately and if it doesn't take off of the table and they continue to press forward they look like a bully because it is the bullying tactic. you don't ask people to talk about things they don't know about. you don't ask a seventh grader to do calculus unless they are a genius at it and you
budget cuts known as sequestration. >> question. when former president clinton took the helm during an economic downturn, he said he had a quote laser-like focus on the economy. how would you describe the focus of president obama's state of the union pat buchanan? >> he did pivot back toward the jobs and the economy but overall this was a very libbal brail speech, something we have all heard before nothing new in it and a dead on aarrival speech. he is not going to get the minimum wage, not going to get the assault weapons ban, not going to get amnesty, not an awful lot of the things he has in there. he is appealing to his base and appealing to what he sees as the majority of the country, which probably does support most of what he said. it was a very political speech but in terms of what is going to be abe complished i don't think it was at all relevant. >> eleanor? >> it was in tune with the country. he is going to get immigration reform, something he can call a victory on guns, probably universal background checks and legislation to curb gun trafficking, the gun that killed the y
, is darting for the pole in spring and the fact he could laugh the next day reminded me of bill clinton-- clinton getting him-- next night on the-- two nights later on the tonight show bill clinton said that was not the best hour of my life. it was probably not the best hour and a half. and the fact that he could laugh at himself, i think rubio may have bailed himself out. >> woodruff: political careers are often shaped by these responses. >> i agree with that. he did recover well. you known, i don't think his career is ended by an epic episode of dry mouth, mark often has that effect on me, actually. but i would say that i agree with mark that he reframed the republican story in this speech. given his own biography. he didn't really refrain-- reframe the republican philosophy it was very much small government versus big government. that's what we heard for a long time. i think republicans are going to have to have more than boot staps message. they're going to have to define a limited but active role as government to help people gain the skills they need to compete in the modern econom
of activist government was, this was eons from the bill clinton presidency. this is an unapologetic look, look, government will do the following things for you, suggests to me that he thinks he has the liberal majority in the country? >> yeah, and not having to fun again for reelection, having just won, the pretense is falling apart from cares a lot about debt and deficit reduction, a lot of new programs, a lot of of new spending and i think as we said, 2014, we find out if the congress is going to be able to stop those programs in the last two years of his term. >> i think there's more going on here as well, paul than just the president sort of figuring out how to fight in the political trenches. he records himself as a historic figure and referred to him. >> paul: the he reverse reagan. >> the reverse reagan. he's referred to himself in the same league as lbj and fdr and lincoln orma gandhi, he's looking toward the future and didn't see that he has the liberal majority. >> paul: if it doesn't pass how does he go down in history. none of it passes it's all blocked, how does he go down as a hi
clinton made a terrible speech at democratic national convention. and went on the carson show and-- >> ar the pac says if you give money, you get a water bottle. hydrated. >> jon: tweeted this hispanic senator and the media tells it. and nen nen dez ignored. >> the reality with menendez there's substance abuse to be covered and not getting into the issue with underage prostitutes i think it's unclear what went on there. the stuff that is clear they don't want to cover, but they want to cover someone taking a sip of water. i actually didn't see it live and i watched it the next day and i sat there the whole time thinking what, i don't understand this. you know, and then this little moment of sipping water is the whole story? >> in the meantime he did make the cover of time magazine, which put him on there and called him the republican savior. jim? >> well, nothing like that the expectations game. (laughter) i guess there is no such thing as bad publicity. >> at least he has a foreign poli policy. >> he says i'm not a savior, jesus is a savior, that will cut well with evangelicals. >> tesla
with the clinton administration with a tenured note at three percentage points robert rubin says wait we need to do welfare reform, and saddam reform they saw that turnaround and said we have to do spending reform. >> it is safe to say with gold it may be out. it is not the alternative asset any longer but it is in people's portfolios but the move may be over. neil: if gold is not it comment with a safe haven is its united states or what? >> what is a safe haven. >> commercial property is undervalued and a lot of markets >> said good old old u.s. greenback one fund that tracks the dollar that has been down for a decade but is strengthening right now. >> that is so interesting. to my mind for the safe haven issued did not have a look at it. the bank deposit is a safe haven. neil: put the money under the mattress. we have the security commission we will be here. join us on monday. we will see you then. >> good evening, everybody. while much of the world awakened this morning is anxiously anticipating a close encounter with a 150-foot wide asteroid called the a 14, russians and the
that he knows for sure that it's a done deal that hillary clinton is going to run for president. any truth to this at all? >> reporter: we are looking for any sort of tea leaves. meteorites hitting russia, anything that might suggest that hillary clinton is running. i think we're going to have a date every saturday to talk about this, dan. what's interesting, a source close to hillary says she is very seriously considering her options. and is interested in a potential run. what i am also hearing is they are looking to see who her republican challenger might be. someone like governor chris christie of new jersey might be a tougher candidate to try and defeat, dan. >> there's reports that if john schriffen manages to score two baskets in the nba all-star game, she will definitely run. reena ninan, at the white house this morning. thank you, reena. >>> time to check the overnight headlines. for that, as always, ron claiborne. >> we begin with new details on the final shoot-out between christopher dorner and police in big bear, california. authorities getting a clearer picture of what went on
several years have been bill clinton and now barack obama. i think a republican president might be afraid to do something quite so prominent as go down, fly down to florida for the express purpose of having a lesson with tiger woods former teacher. his name is butch harm and he's the most famous instructor in golf so this is a pretty big deal >> i think he could do it anytime. i bet he would probably come teach the president anytime. >> of course. he lives somewhere else. he's coming to the floridian, where he has a facility there to give him a president. he certainly taught tiger woods but the president of the united states is a big deal. >> byron, thank you. >> thank you. >> lucky american people. american people what do you think about the obamas taking separate vacations to the extent the taxpayers pay for the two vacations? go to and tell us what you think about it. coming up, allies or enemies? the u.s. considers pakistan a friend but has our government heard this one? 92% of pakistani disprove of u.s. leadership. by the way, who are the other 8%? also donald trump in
reduction that we had during the clinton years, and you have high borrowing rates and that is not the circumstances that we are finding ourselves in. is there any reason to have an angst about the deficit right now? >> no! one of the central republican arguments early on is that if we do this the interest rates will go up and that is the problem, but that is not the case with the drama going down in washington. that is why you have to take a step back and what the republicans have done well and obviously a long term proposition as you showed with byrd demonizing debt decades ago is this notion that debt is a bad word. i remember when liberal was a bad word in washington and those days have finally ended as you heard "the new york times" headline of the president's liberal inaugural address and no shame in that. >> damion is spitting liberal. >> and the idea that debt is a bad thing is insane. if you look at the bond market, it is a place where people buy and sell debt. if you look at mark zuckerburg is who is successful, he just got a mortgage which is a 30-year de
up a president's picks for cabinet posts. the senate even put a brief hold on hillary clinton before she was confirmed as secretary of state. still ahead gary is joined by his lovely wife alicia as they open up the kron four mailbag and answer your plus will the real sharks team please stand up? from a seven game win streak - to a seven game losing streak - gary has the story, and all the sports, next! >> pam: take a look at this! a boy in north dakota hits the airwaves to give the weather - and viewers are hooked! nine-year old william hallman made an appearence on north dakota t-v station k-v-l-y's weather segment that has touched off a sensation. now the third grader is dealing with the onset of sudden celebrity! >> "this is great! thank you audience for such a great time." >> pam: at his school. william was named student of the week. and he admits he got a lot more valentines this year than usual. does that remind you of your early days, brian? [laughter] we have clear skies out there this evening. over the golden gate bridge and the nice weather. not only sunny skies but warmer
in the after the show show >> tucker: coming up. >> . >> the pushing the president clinton mum to the max. president obama repeating calls today for a 24% hike in the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. some folks here say don't raise it, get rid of it and that will really help jobs. are they right? hi, everyone, i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears. let's get right to it. here they are the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith. john layfield. jonas max ferris along with larry glazier and caroline. gary b, forget hiking the minimum wage, you say scrapping it altogether is how to get better paying jobs. >> states with the highest minimum wage in many cases, higher than the current minimum wage that the fed, federal government outlines has higher unemployment than those states with lower minimum wage. look, it's simple economics, something which this current administration doesn't understand. when you raise the cost of labor, you have a surplus of labor, that's true in comments, stocks, whatever. when you have a surplus of labor, what do you have, brenda? you have higher
as succinctly put as one can. many of their problems. joining us now is the "a-team." former clinton adviser, fox is contributor, and from washington d.c., senior better for the walk -- washington times. so, the gunman, of going to start with you. the idea that he wants to run. is the floating this? is somebody just trying to make a little trouble here? >> let me tell you a secret about politicians. lou: we're listening. >> from the city council on up, they all think that lightning will strike and they will be elected president. the illinois state senator who lost a race against. and look where he ended up. so i think he takes this very seriously. lou: what do you think? >> i think that if elected we would certainly need a word sensor in the white house. lou: there is a half stag on twitter. the expression. whether he speaks, i guess, but it has more -- what to they call , f-bombs. >> expletives. i think nothing makes the republicans happier than the heady of the democrats' nominating rock -- the chicago mayor. that is a real boost to the party. practically the most unlikable person in natio
. >> i was reading several articles and legislative director under president clinton for one, pa 'trick griffin, he equated the on the road sales pitch to shouting in the forest because he says there is no clear path to when we are going to get to the issues that he is addressing. you seem to be saying a similar thing? >> i think the president is a good speaker but for example he is raling against the sequester cuts but i am not hearing a clear alternative. we just went through raising taxes back in january. 75% of americans saw their payroll taxes go up. again, i think the president is a good salesman, but you have to have a good product. so far. to use the old phrase from the commercial, where is the beef? >> heather: where is the beef? how are we going to pay for it? we appreciate your time. thank you. >> kelly: new questions over what appears to be a multimillion dollar tax break for facebook. raking in over a billion dollars in the united states alone last year but didn't pay any income taxes. why tax experts are saying it could be because president obama has a double standard? >>
by the hillary clinton president for. 3:00 a.m. every president faces a foreign policy crisis. do you want this man, senator barack obama answering that phone call at 3:00 a.m.? well, it turns out, suddenly a relevant question. >> suddenly a relevant question because on the afternoon of september 11th, 2012, of course the day of the benghazi attacks that unfolded, there was some question now at least being raised by republican congressman louie gohmert as to why -- how responsive was the president during this entire time? well, we know in the afternoon he did speak with his. >> leon panetta and general demps is i. >> 5:00 p.m. in the afternoon. louie gohmert raising this point 3:00 a.m. and whether or not he was able to sleep through all of these unfolding problems in benghazi, listen. >> president required a sleep aid that night but if he did, anybody else in america has trouble sleeping, you better get what he had because it works well. how the president of the united states could sleep that night as the ambassador that he put in place, that he put in harm's way was under attack or he ha
to capture both of those. >> did your office not estimate that the tax increases that to the clinton-era rates on those earning $200,000 as individuals -- $250,000 as couples -- would cost about 200,000 jobs? >> that sounds roughly right. i do not remember the specifics. you are referring to a report on the fiscal clip from last fall. i do not remember the exact numbers. >> we are also told by your office that the sequester reductions in spending would affect about 0.6% of growth -- you said about 750,000 jobs -- because government would not be spending that money on creating government jobs. but as we just established, government does not inject a dollar into the economy that is not first taken out of the economy. i'm afraid we are getting to a situation where we are being told that tax increases are beat -- are bad for the economy, too much borrowing is bad for the economy, particularly in the future you are projecting, and spending cuts are bad for the economy, and that does not leave us with many options. >> the effects of fiscal policy on the economy are different under differen
to offer basic services like securing citizsicitizens. president clinton promoted an expansion of police officers in the '90s and that's what we need. says can't do that if they face huge wage demands. barack obama is one person who had the moral authority so be able to say, look, everyone is going to need to compromise. >> what do you think? obviously he's going to go for universal background checks, he's going to fry to use his moral authority to try to get republicans to do what the american public want, which is things like universal background checks, up and down votes on that. do you think he should push for more police? i'm thinking of san bernardino, we've been talking about those police who just did a heroic job and that police department is bankrupt. that city is bankrupt. they were thinking of outsourcing their police. this is a problem around the country. >> there's a range of solutions to this problem. i think we ought to take a comprehensive view. putting more police on the streets. universal background checks. what are you going to do about assault wes? mental health piece
clinton. but not politically. let me talk about this, because you're on the front all the time fighting for same-sex rights and gay rights generally. isn't it odd that in a country where we have begun to shift dramatically in that action towards more than acceptance, almost warm acceptance, it's much more positive, okay, we'll go along with that. at the same time we still have a country that still seems to defend gun rights almost to the last man in so many communities. are they different communities? >> i think so. there is a whole range of issues, you know, that we could talk about from reproductive rights to climate change. but i think when it comes to same-sex marriage, we talked earlier about illinois which is poised to be the next state to vote in favor, i think the trajectory both in terms of public sentiment. when i started at hrc, it was 33% of the american people, now it's 43, 53. it will be 60% before long. you have the chairman of the republican party of illinois coming out in favor of this vote, which is significant. >> even ted cruz says leave it up to the states. >> leave
. and what bill clinton and the democratic party discovered when the issue was working in their favor in the 1990s is there is lots of constituents in the country who don't feel that way about guns. certain things on the ground have changed. the democratic party have changed be. uin some ways, they're recovering lost knowledge from a previous generation of democrats that actually did know this back in the mid 1990s. >> do you think they're also recognizing that it's not just the median gun owner in oklahoma, doesn't represent the country as a whole, but also the -- the statements of the national rifle association. >> absolutely. >> do not even represent the beliefs of the standard national rifle association member. i mean there is also -- >> yep. >> this dysmorphia between who speaks on the issue and who has strong feelings about the iraq. >> i am now forever going to conjure the image of wayne lapierre when i hear the word dysmorphia. that actually has gotten worse. one of the perverse consequences of republican conservative victory guns is that the nra increasingly has had to justif
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